If there’s one thing Mauritius does better than perhaps anywhere else in the world, it’s luxury. But unless you’re fortunate enough to be able to afford your own island property retreat, you’ll need to find somewhere to stay when visiting the island. Quite perfectly, the amount of luxury hotels in Mauritius is astronomical. The options and various amenities are seemingly endless, as is the choice of hotel.
Luxury hotels in Mauritius are among some of the most sumptuous in the world, allowing the island to be experienced as a tropical paradise getaway without any worries at all. At luxury Mauritius hotels, your every possible whim and need is catered to and thought of, before you even realize you might need it.
Among the vast options lay some real gems, luxury hotels that will dazzle even the most seasoned luxury traveler. The hotel named as the cream of the crop by most tourists and visitors is the One & Only Le Saint Geran, part of the exclusive luxury hotel chain One & Only.
For example, within the hotel you can stay in The Villa, part of the hotel complex. The consists of one king-size bed in the master bedroom, two bathrooms, a living / dining room, a fully fitted kitchen, private pool and a spacious terrace. Each of the bathrooms is fitted with a cascading shower, whirlpool bath and his and her vanity areas. So far, this is nothing hugely original, but there’s more. The Villa comes complete with a team of valets, a 24 hour butler and a private chef. Now that is a luxury hotel experience!
All of this comes at an astonishing price, which can be up to €12,000 a night. If this seems a tad excessive, you can also still experience the full luxury hotel feel in Mauritius with a Junior Suite. Here, you can get a private terrace, bedroom, butler service, private toilet, cascading shower and generous bath for around €900 per night.
The One & Only Le Saint Geran is not alone. These prices, facilities and features are standard across the island. As well as amazing sleeping arrangements, all luxury hotels in Mauritius tend to feature a range of attached leisure activities, such as scuba diving, golf, fishing, tennis and even relaxation spas.
Many of the luxury hotels in Mauritius incorporate some kind of private beach, or a terrace looking out on to one of the island’s lagoons. This creates a feel of having the island to yourself, as you can bask and relax in the incredible silence this country and it’s hotels can offer.
The service record for most luxury hotels in Mauritius is, as one would expect, generally excellent. It is a sad truism in life that you get what you pay for, and with the prices of some of the hotels in Mauritius nothing but exemplary service is to be expected. Staff are mainly English speaking and most also have some French, too.
Availability in the luxury hotels in Mauritius fills up early, sometimes up to a year in advance for the truly spectacular venues. So be quick and organized, and you soon could be enjoying the wonders of Mauritius from one of it’s stunning luxury hotels.